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There’s no law that says you can’t tote around a quart-size container of sunscreen—but there are more compact, less spill-prone alternatives. Like this lip balm-size solid, which offers broad spectrum protection while still fitting into your pocket. It’s concentrated formula is designed to stand up to serious, marathon-in-August sweat.
Works well but for the size of the product the price is a little too much.2
This stuff is great to carry around in my bag in case I ever find myself somewhere and in need of sunscreen (or as a chapstick replacement).4
This is a great sunscreen stick. I mostly used it on my lips on a recent trip to Cancun. Great for travel4
pretty good but not something i would normally buy for myself4
it's great to have a travel size spf that can be used for face and lips, but I'm not keen on the idea of rubbing chapstick on my face.It's also a bit pricey.1
While the idea of this stick is great, it's not nearly wide enough to feel as though you've effectively applied it. I worried that streaking, or missed spots would occur, resulting in some crazed tan lines.2
Great product, very happy to have an SPF stick for my pocket. Ill probably retire it soon and leave it in my bug-out bag. Works well5
I'm not big on sun block. I like to burn and get color. But last week I was at six flags and I could already feel my nose starting to itch. No mess no hassle with this because it's a solid and luckily it was in my messenger bag. Just rubbed a little on my nose and I was good to go the rest of the day no peeling or anything.4
Not Bad. I liked the smell and the texture but I felt that it left me a little more "shiny" than I like.4
Nice to throw in your pocket. My husband uses his for work. He's always outside and without sunscreen. Now he won't be lugging around a huge bottle of the cream. Thanks!5